Toronto ‘Flexity’ trams slowly entering service

Toronto ‘Flexity’ trams slowly entering service

TORONTO public transport operator TTC is taking delivery of 204 specially designed Bombardier ‘Flexity Outlook’ light rail vehicles

The are numbered 4400-4603 in the series (the first two – Nos. 4400 and 4401 – were prototypes). 

Toronto ‘Flexity’ No. 4445 operating from a trolley pole seen in the city on a 501 ‘Queen’ service bound for the Humber loop on February 19. COLIN MARSDEN

Deliveries began in 2014, but a number of problems emerged, ranging from construction quality issues to electrical faults. 

Read more in the June 2019 issue of The RM – on sale now!


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